Archdiocesan News 1 of 2019

HOT OFF THE PRESS: Rescued by God from the furnace of fire; Seeing the Sacred in the Scorched; Fire ravages Holy Cross Primary in District Six; NET Ministries; Celebrating our new deacons; Interested in forming a Co-operative Bank/Credit Union?; Celebrating World AIDS Day; Filipino Community recognised in Kalk Bay; Blessing and welcoming of newly initiated; Lentegeur host second women’s conference; A Celebration of Light and Life; AoS South Africa assists abused fishermen; Holy Week Word Search.

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  1. THE MOST URGENT TASK OF THE CHURCH IN OUR TIME IS TO CARE ABOUT THE CHANGE OF THE SPIRITUAL CLIMATE AND ABOUT THE SPIRITUAL MIGRATION, NAMELY THAT THE CLIMATE OF NON-BELIEF IN JESUS CHRIST, THE CLIMATE OF THE REJECTION OF THE KINGSHIP OF CHRIST, BE CHANGED INTO THE CLIMATE OF EXPLICIT FAITH IN JESUS CHRIST, OF THE ACCEPTANCE OF HIS KINGSHIP, AND THAT MEN MAY MIGRATE FROM THE MISERY OF THE SPIRITUAL SLAVERY OF UNBELIEF INTO THE HAPPINESS OF BEING SONS OF GOD AND FROM A LIFE OF SIN INTO THE STATE OF SANCTIFYING GRACE. THESE ARE THE MIGRANTS ABOUT WHOM WE MUST CARE URGENTLY. BISHOP SCHNEIDER.
    Catholic saint and priest Josemaría Escrivá’s Motto was “THE PRIMARY DUTY OF THE CHURCH IS TO SAVE SOULS, ONE BY ONE”, similar to what BISHOP SCHNEIDER says. A big impediment to Christian unity remains “THE 7 SACRAMENTS”, especially those of CONFESSION & THE HOLY EUCHARIST, to which we as CATHOLICS pay insufficient reverence.

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